It's under way at Castle Borepatch. This is actually the third time I've done this, and it's surprisingly easy to do. Other than putting the slate on the frame, it's a one man job.*
The trick is levelling the frame before you put the slate on. When I first bought the table, I watched the guys who set it up and learned their secret - playing cards. You keep adding cards one or two at a time between the frame and the legs until the whole thing is level. I have two mason's levels (extra long levels) plus a normal sized one, and so this really didn't take too long. Then bolt everything together.
I was dumb when I took the table apart at Camp Borepatch, because I folded the felt up. Yeah, they say to replace the felt when you move the table but this is because most pool tables get moved once in a blue moon. I only set up the table around 18 months ago, and the felt was brand new. So I ironed it to get the creases out and it looks fine.
But the design and engineering of a pool table is really straight forward. All you need to put it together is a ratchet set for the bolts, a screwdriver for the side pieces (and screwing down the slate), and a staple gun to make sure that the felt is taught.
And I didn't need a dining room anyway - actually, both the Queen Of The World and I like having the pool table there instead.
* Needless to say, I did the slate by myself, too. Not sure that I'll do that again.